For their specials classes, the 3rd-grade students at Currier Elementary School in West Chicago, Illinois, explored their sculpture center’s materials.
This free printable can be made into a book titled, “Pumpkin Investigation.” You simply print each page in the proper order to make the book! Then the pages have fun worksheets that preschool students can work at doing.
Making a geoboard pumpkin was an amazing way to explore pumpkin math concepts and STEM with the children. It expanded the traditional geoboard concept into a three-dimensional experience.
This STEM challenge is a lot of fun, and you won’t need much in the way of materials!
These activities involve creativity and engineering for kids that let’s them experiment and use their imaginations while also building skills in the STEM-field!